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Washington Post Business
Dec 06, 2022

Finding myths and meaning in the lo-fi world of ‘Dwarf Fortress'
After 20 years of development, the 1.0 version of "Dwarf Fortress" is out. The game provides players with endless stories — if they can master its menus.

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Dec 06, 2022

How ‘Chip War' Puts Nations In Technology Arms Race
The incredibly complex, high-stakes business of making semiconductors has always been a battle of corporate giants. Now it's also a race among governments. These critical bits of technology — also known as integrated circuits or, more commonly, just chips — may be the tiniest yet most exacting products ever manufactured. And because they're so difficult and costly to produce, there's a worldwide reliance on just a handful of companies, a dependence that was brought into stark relief by shortages

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Dec 06, 2022

How War Crimes and the Crime of Aggression Are Being Pursued Against Russia
Usually, it's only after fighting ends that prosecutions begin for breaking the rules of war. Ukraine isn't waiting. It began putting captured Russian soldiers on trial in May. But what about the political and military leaders higher up the chain of command? An international tribunal is investigating war crimes and other potential atrocities in Ukraine, and now the European Union has proposed creating a special new court to consider whether Russia has committed the so-called crime of aggression

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Dec 06, 2022

Inside the $34 Billion Bet on Indonesia's Future
Jakarta has troubles galore, but a remote new capital cut from scratch in the Borneo jungle is a huge undertaking replete with risk. I got a rare look.

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Dec 06, 2022

Musk's brain implant company reportedly investigated over animal deaths
Neuralink, which is developing a brain implant to treat neurological conditions, reportedly has killed 1,500 animals involved in tests since 2018.

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Dec 06, 2022

PepsiCo layoffs could indicate broader economic woes
PepsiCo's biggest competitor, Coca-Cola Co. said last month that it would offer voluntary buyouts to some workers, a tactic companies use to reduce their workforces.

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Dec 06, 2022

Scathing report recommends major changes at FDA, including possibly breaking up agency
A new report reveals poor leadership and ineptitude among FDA's food safety leadership.

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Dec 06, 2022

Supreme Court Pits Free Speech Against LGBTQ Rights
The justices appear set to weaken Colorado's protections for gay people and, in so doing, all civil rights laws nationwide.

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Dec 06, 2022

The Supreme Court's Other Conservative Revolution
The justices have grabbed headlines by overturning precedent in major cases. Less noticed is their quiet attack on the executive branch.

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Dec 06, 2022

The voices left out of Elon Musk's free-speech agenda
Elon Musk has said little about what Twitter should do to give people a voice when their own governments do not want people to have it. Look at China and Iran.

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Dec 06, 2022

What ‘Friend-Shoring' Means for Trade in a Less-Friendly World
Over the past few years, the world has experienced an escalating series of trade disruptions: the US-China trade war, the Covid-19 pandemic and its supply chain disruptions, Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the sanctions and export controls that followed. Their cumulative impact has called into question the vision of a globalized economy. In response, some US officials are pushing "friend-shoring" — a happy-sounding name for a policy that would lead to a world divided between free-market democra

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Dec 06, 2022

Why the EU's Balkan Expansion Faces a Long and Winding Road
In the map of the European Union lies a conspicuous and large hole containing five former parts of Yugoslavia plus Albania. The leaders of those countries are keen to join the bloc. The EU, wary of Russia's efforts to expand its influence over the region, is eager to accommodate them -- once a long list of conditions is met.

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Dec 06, 2022

The Scandal Embroiling South Africa's President
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has been caught up in a scandal almost five years after he took office with a pledge to fight corruption. The bizarre case revolves around the theft of cash that robbers found stuffed into a sofa at his game farm. A panel headed by the nation's former chief justice found there may be grounds for impeaching Ramaphosa because of the way he handled the matter. The drama has blotted the 70-year-old leader's distinguished political career and compounded the woe

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Dec 06, 2022

We'll All Pay for Uncle Sam's Cheap Debt Fantasies
By financing ballooning spending with short-term debt, the government failed to lock in record-low interest rates while it could. Now the piper has come to call.

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Dec 06, 2022

What is ChatGPT, the viral social media AI?
ChatGPT is a conversational AI project from OpenAI that's been generating funny and sometimes insightful answers to questions.

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Dec 06, 2022

What the Inverted Yield Curve Says About the Next Recession
While the signs are ominous, they're not yet suggesting an economic disruption as severe as the one that ended the 1970s inflation shock.

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Dec 06, 2022

Respect for Marriage Act Is a Big Win for the Democratic Process
In the fight over same-sex unions, common sense and compromise have prevailed.

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Dec 06, 2022

McDonald's franchisee accused of overworking more than 100 youths
A Pennsylvania franchisee illegally permitted scores of 14 and-15-year-olds to work outside of legal hours at 13 restaurants, the Labor Department said.

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Dec 06, 2022

How China Looks to Be Easing Its Covid Zero Strategy
President Xi Jinping's insistence on adhering to a so-called Covid Zero policy isolated China as other countries that suffered far-worse outbreaks returned to a semblance of pre-pandemic life. But three years after the first documented case, the country has given a series of signals that suggest it's ready to loosen the stringent regime, which has undoubtedly saved lives but also weighed heavily on the economy and fueled protests in several major cities. While the central leadership has remained

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Dec 06, 2022

An Australian mining magnate wants to save the planet with green hydrogen
Andrew Forrest, one of the world's major polluters, has the backing of members of the Biden administration for his plan to advance green hydrogen. But the technology he's promoting doesn't exist yet.

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Dec 06, 2022

Hertz to pay $168M after falsely accusing customers of stealing rental cars
The settlement came after some customers spent weeks or months in jail because Hertz made false theft reports.

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Dec 06, 2022

PepsiCo plans to cut hundreds of corporate jobs: report
The snack and soda giant tells staff the layoffs are meant "to simplify the organization so we can operate more efficiently."

Washington Post Business
Dec 05, 2022

It's the $65 Trillion in Debt You Can't Find That'll Get You
Accounting conventions have hidden immense amounts of foreign-exchange liabilities. We might not know where they are until the next crisis.

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Dec 05, 2022

Japan Needs Billionaires Like Jack Ma, Not Just More Tourists
Returning visitors are discovering that it's just too cheap. The country needs to find out how to extract more value from its hospitality sector.

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Dec 05, 2022

Biden Is Right to Question Big Oil's Stock Buybacks
Energy companies show neither gratitude for their free-market capitalism windfall made possible by American democracy nor sympathy for their retail customers.

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Dec 05, 2022

Which states have the highest living standards? (And more!)
This week, the Department of Data reveals: The states with the highest living standards! The homeowners who outfox the system by selling their own homes! And the best jobs for older workers!

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Dec 05, 2022

Why Anthony Fauci Is Still Optimistic About Science
Despite the challenges of the Covid pandemic, the outgoing director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases is bullish on the future of public health.

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Dec 05, 2022

What's Boosting Nuclear Power? War and Climate Change
After a steady decline, from generating 18% of the world's electricity in the mid-1990s to 10% today%, nuclear power is showing signs of revival. China and India have consistently expanded use of the technology, but until recently safety concerns had led many Western countries to move in the opposite direction. Now, concern about global warming and secure energy supplies amid Russia's war in Ukraine has sparked renewed interest.

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Dec 05, 2022

The layoff survival guide: What to do before, during and after
Losing your job is stressful. But workers can do several things before, during and after layoffs to be prepared for their next stage.

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Dec 05, 2022

Alzheimer's drug shows promise but needs more study for safety, researchers say
The makers of an experimental Alzheimer's drug showcased its potential as they seek regulatory approval.

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Dec 05, 2022

Can the New Oil Price Cap Starve Russia's War Effort?
Sanctions imposed on Russia by the US and its allies failed to starve President Vladimir Putin of funding for his war in Ukraine because there were still plenty of ready buyers of Russian oil. So Putin's adversaries spent months devising a Plan B: force Moscow to sell the oil so cheaply that its profits collapse. What isn't clear is whether the price cap eventually agreed to in early December is low enough to really hurt Putin and whether his biggest customers, including China and India, will pl

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Dec 05, 2022

Inside the Streamys, the internet's biggest awards show
The pandemic supercharged the creator economy, and Sunday's awards show was the first held in person since that boost.

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Dec 05, 2022

How a Series of Crypto Meltdowns Is Reshaping the Industry
The history of cryptocurrencies has rarely been dull, but the meltdown of 2022 delivered a series of shocks that shook the foundations of digital assets. A cascade of blowups, including the collapse of a so-called stablecoin in May and the epic unravelling of the FTX crypto exchange in November, left a wave of bankruptcies. The events eroded the trust of more mainstream investors who were eager to capitalize on rising interest in Bitcoin and the vision of decentralized finance. The turmoil has p

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Dec 05, 2022

FTX Benefited From Venture Capitalists' Suspension of Disbelief
The industry and other sophisticated investors provided the funding, approval and lack of scrutiny that allowed Bankman-Fried's empire to flourish.

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Dec 05, 2022

The companies that helped create 2022's ‘crypto winter'
FTX implosion is only a grim finale to a year that saw several major crypto players and their larger-than-life founders topple.

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Dec 05, 2022

Reddit users turn Kanye West's page into a Holocaust-awareness forum
Fans who have turned against Ye for his antisemitic remarks began flooding the r/Kanye page with Holocaust-education posts.

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Dec 05, 2022

From chicken wings to used cars, inflation begins to ease its grip
After more than a year of prices racing higher, consumers are finally starting to catch a break, but inflation could still feel painful for years to come.

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Dec 05, 2022

D.C. condominium embraces green living
BUYING NEW | Prices at 1706 Euclid Street range from $350,000 to $895,000

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Dec 05, 2022

Elon Musk's Impossible Electric Truck Is Getting the Last Laugh
Batteries as heavy as an elephant are not ideal for long-haul trucking, but non-diesel eighteen-wheelers may have found a niche.

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Dec 05, 2022

European officials object to Biden's green subsidies as protectionist
The White House has little appetite for changes to the Inflation Reduction Act, but officials say the rulemaking process may help accommodate concerns.

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Dec 05, 2022

Becoming the Next China Won't Blunt India's 2023 Slowdown
The country will take several years to emerge as an alternative investment destination to the People's Republic. That may not be soon enough for Narendra Modi, who faces reelection in 2024.

Washington Post Business
Dec 05, 2022

As oil prices fall, OPEC Plus opts against cutting production further
The decision by the group led by Saudi Arabia and Russia comes after it agreed in October to cut output by 2 million barrels a day, unleashing a diplomatic firestorm.

Washington Post Business
Dec 05, 2022

Why Brands Are Reeking Havoc on Our Noses
From bacon-scented dental floss and KFC firelogs to Hummer perfume and aroma-enhanced VR porn, companies are doubling down on the sweet smell of excess.

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2022

The UK is Way Too Besotted With Its SAS
The British can be proud of the achievements of their special forces but they shouldn't make a cult of it.

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2022

How to Run a Family Office Like an Agnelli
It's been a tough month for John Elkann as he contends with his mother over the dynastic fortune and deals with the troubles left by his uncle at Juventus

Washington Post Business
Dec 04, 2022

Here's what to do if a payment app reports your cash gifts to the IRS
Year-end tax tip: Keep good records if you're using payment platforms. Some payments may be incorrectly reported to the IRS as taxable income.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2022

Gibson Island estate on the market for $13.8 million
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The five-bedroom, nine-bathroom home overlooks the Chesapeake Bay.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2022

Reddit users turn Kanye West page into a Holocaust awareness forum
Fans who have turned against Ye for his antisemitic remarks began flooding the r/Kanye page with Holocaust-education posts.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2022

‘Fortnite's' chapter 3 finale event was chaotic
Fracture, Fortnite's finale event for Chapter 3, Season 4, reshaped the battle royale island and saw the return of characters The Herald and Paradigm.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2022

Elon Musk's ‘Twitter Files' ignite divisions, but haven't changed minds
Twitter's new CEO released the "Twitter Files" on the platform Friday. Musk and his allies have claimed conservative speech is suppressed online.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2022

White House rebukes Trump's suggestion to suspend Constitution over 2020 election
Former president Donald Trump suggested that the country abandon one of its founding documents, drawing sharp criticism from the White House and politicians.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2022

Western nations agree to cap price of Russian oil at $60 a barrel
The idea of the cap, pitched hard by U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet L. Yellen, is to limit how much Russian President Vladimir Putin can make on the oil he diverts elsewhere in the world without creating a massive disruption in global supply.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2022

Why paid sick leave became a big issue in rail labor talks
Unions say rail carriers cut too much in the name of efficiency, leaving insufficient flexibility. Companies say workers already have sick leave options.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2022

The Tragedy of Avoidable Covid Deaths
Comprehensive new data show just how many Americans died after vaccines became widely available — mostly in less-vaccinated states.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2022

Western agree to cap price of Russian oil at $60 a barrel
The idea of the cap, pitched hard by U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet L. Yellen, is to limit how much Russian President Vladimir Putin can make on the oil he diverts elsewhere in the world without creating a massive disruption in global supply.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2022

Fighting Mental Illness Isn't Enough to Stop Gun Violence
A conversation with physician and public-health researcher Megan Ranney on why the link between mental illness and mass shootings isn't as clear as you might assume.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2022

For Fed, the ‘Neutral Rate' Is Crucial, and Unknown
Central banks seek to manage economies by setting interest rates at levels that speed up or slow down things like car purchases and construction projects. But the enterprise revolves around a number that's far more abstract — the rate that does nothing at all, also known as the neutral interest rate. Right now, it's an important guidepost because most monetary policy makers are trying to set rates high enough to bring down inflation -- but not so high as to guarantee a recession. Another number

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2022

For prolific covid scammer, first came the cash. Then came the chase.
Abidemi Rufai's brazen and repeated pilfering of coronavirus relief funds eventually helped freeze the entire unemployment system in the state of Washington.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2022

Americans Love to Hate Their Politics
The silver lining of today's bitter partisan warfare is that, for millions of citizens, it has made civic engagement more meaningful.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2022

After forcing rail deal, Biden works to smooth over labor relations
After pushing Congress to intervene in a standoff between freight railroads and unions, averting a costly strike during the height of the holiday season, the self-proclaimed "most pro-union president" in U.S. history is now the awkward position of shoring up relations with organized labor.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2022

As ‘Halo Infinite' esports enters year 2, teams express cautious optimism
Bogged down by a rocky debut year for ‘Halo Infinite,' the pro scene marches on with subdued expectations.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2022

Rishi Sunak Faces a Most Unhappy Christmas
Barely weeks in power, the prime minister is fending off rebellions from within his party and strikes from without.

Washington Post Business
Dec 03, 2022

Surging Twitter antisemitism unites fringe, encourages violence, officials say
The Department of Homeland Security on Wednesday warned that domestic terrorists were maintaining "a visible presence online in attempts to motivate supporters to conduct attacks."

Washington Post Business
Dec 02, 2022

Service Wages Keep Bedeviling Powell and the Markets
Two days after the Fed chair placed the policy onus on paycheck inflation in the sector, a measure of precisely that displayed worrisome strength.

Washington Post Business
Dec 02, 2022

No one can tell if a new patch fixed ‘Pokémon Scarlet' and ‘Violet'
"Pokemon Scarlet" and "Violet" players hoped the 1.1 patch would fix the game's buggy visuals. But no one can tell if the game actually looks better.

Washington Post Business
Dec 02, 2022

Recession Anxiety? Not in the Credit Market
As economists and yield curves warn about a potential downturn in 2023, the resilience of corporate bonds may help engineer a soft landing.

Washington Post Business
Dec 02, 2022

Here's How Hedge Funds Are Speculating on Justice
For centuries, turning other people's legal claims into moneymaking opportunities has been frowned upon. That started to change in the 1990s, when Australia allowed insolvent companies to engage outside funders to sustain legal claims they might otherwise have run out of money to pursue. Third-party funding of civil litigation caught on in the UK and some European countries in the 2000s. Gradual acceptance in the US helped turn the field known as litigation finance, or "lit finance," into a mult

Washington Post Business
Dec 02, 2022

Balenciaga Has Filed a Lawsuit It Won't Win
The edgy fashion house hopes to distance itself from the impression that it intentionally built two ad campaigns linked to child pornography.

Washington Post Business
Dec 02, 2022

Buying stuff in apps is broken. Try this instead.
Fights over app store rules written a decade ago are making more apps impossible to use, costing you money, and compromising what you can do on your phone.

Washington Post Business
Dec 02, 2022

A Tip for Unmarried Couples: Romance Has a Bottom Line
Splitting costs 50-50 isn't the right answer for most couples who live together.

Washington Post Business
Dec 02, 2022

Former residence of Swedish ambassador lists for $19.5 million
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom house was built for the founder of U.S. News & World Report

Washington Post Business
Dec 02, 2022

Elon Musk says Kanye West suspended from Twitter after swastika tweet
Musk said Ye was suspended for "incitement to violence" after his swastika tweet and his praise of Hitler in an interview with Infowars's Alex Jones.

Washington Post Business
Dec 02, 2022

What's the Debt Ceiling, and Will the US Raise It Again?
The very phrase "debt ceiling" sounds austere and restrictive, as if it's a lid on government spending. In fact, the US federal debt limit was first conceived more than a century ago to make it easier, not harder, for the government to borrow money. But it morphed into an explosive political tool with the potential to roil financial markets, since a failure to raise the debt ceiling could eventually result in a first-ever default on some of the government's obligations.

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Dec 02, 2022

What Are Civil Rights Audits, and Why Are Companies Doing Them?
Since protests erupted in 2020 over police violence against Black Americans, corporate America has come under pressure to do its part to address racism's ills. One way shareholders are asking companies to contribute is by undergoing what's called a civil rights audit. A number of them have resisted and then agreed to such reviews, albeit sometimes with a limited scope.

Washington Post Business
Dec 02, 2022

Workers at Diablo, Warcraft developer Blizzard Albany win union
The news marks a second significant win for Game Workers Alliance, the first union at a major video game company in the U.S.

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Dec 02, 2022

Who gets higher real-estate prices, owners or agents?
This week, the Department of Data reveals: The states with the highest living standards! The homeowners who outfox the system by selling their own homes! And the best jobs for older workers!

Washington Post Business
Dec 02, 2022

Western allies move to cap price of Russian oil at $60 a barrel
The price cap E.U. diplomats agreed to is well above Russia's cost of production and may not have much of an impact, analysts say.

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Dec 02, 2022

U.S. adds 263,000 jobs in November, complicating the fight against inflation
The latest report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics reflects a strong job market.

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Dec 02, 2022

Vermont's dairy farms recede, giving way to shrimp, saffron and new ideas
Changing climate and other factors make Vermont staples like milk and maple syrup harder to produce, so a raft of new crops and farm businesses are popping up.

Washington Post Business
Dec 02, 2022

Federal probe finds big solar firms flouted trade rules
The Department of Commerce findings could force major changes in the solar industry, which had lobbied the White House to drop the investigation.

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Dec 02, 2022

5 reasons to report your fantasy football and gig income to the IRS
In the long run, it can benefit you to report gig and gambling income to the IRS. And it's not just about avoiding an audit or jail time.

Washington Post Business
Dec 01, 2022

Almost everyone expects a recession. Could the economy avoid one?
As the Fed wrestles with inflation, experts wonder if people think the economy is worse than it really is

Washington Post Business
Dec 01, 2022

Lawmakers who benefited from FTX cash probe its collapse
The Senate Agriculture Committee will hold a hearing on crypto regulation Thursday in the wake of FTX's implosion.

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Dec 01, 2022

Musk's Twitter Won't Die. Look at Telegram.
Telegram is an even bigger social network run by a libertarian billionaire. Its popularity should dispel all notions that Twitter will disappear.

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Dec 01, 2022

Senate adopts deal to block rail strike, sending it to Biden
Lawmakers voted to avert a rail strike ahead of the holiday season, but could not act to provide rail workers with additional paid sick leave.

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Dec 01, 2022

This Holiday Season Buy Now, Pay (and Worry) Later
It's appealing to postpone paying for gifts and things this year as budgets tighten. But as the temptation grows so do the risks.

Washington Post Business
Dec 01, 2022

Powell and the Markets Talk Past Each Other
The Fed needs the markets to help it bring down high inflation, but they tend to hear only what they want to hear.

Washington Post Business
Dec 01, 2022

Nintendo makes rare apology over ‘Pokémon Scarlet,' ‘Violet' quality
Nintendo acknowledged complaints around performance issues in "Pokémon Scarlet" and "Violet," promising improvements.

Washington Post Business
Dec 01, 2022

Elon Musk wants to put chips in human brains. That could take a while.
Elon Musk says Neuralink's brain chip is about six months from human trials

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Dec 01, 2022

As rail strike deadline nears, Biden calls on Congress to intervene
President Biden is expected to call on Congress to avert a possible rail strike, to avoid triggering disruptions to the U.S. supply chain during the holidays, which could worsen inflation.

Washington Post Business
Dec 01, 2022

‘The more you submit, the more we get paid': How fintech fueled covid aid fraud
The probe by a congressional watchdog tasked to oversee roughly $5 trillion in federal covid aid contends there was rampant abuse among fintechs.

Washington Post Business
Dec 01, 2022

Elon Musk wants to put chips in human brains. That could take awhile.
Elon Musk says Neuralink's brain chip is about six months from human trials

Washington Post Business
Dec 01, 2022

Crypto bank BlockFi, its fate entwined with FTX, files for bankruptcy
The once-hot cryptocurrency lender has at least 100,000 creditors, according to its Chapter 11 filing.

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Dec 01, 2022

Towns at Market Commons offering 90 townhouses in Frederick, Md.
BUYING NEW | 90 townhomes with two-car garages

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Dec 01, 2022

The NFL hopes video games can get young people into sports again
The NFL wants to reach new fans through the metaverse. "Fortnite's" new NFL Zone, a football-themed hub, is one such effort.

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Dec 01, 2022

Where did the covid aid money go?
Historic funding vaccinated millions and spared the economy, but also invited unprecedented levels of fraud, abuse and opportunism. Here are our key findings.

Washington Post Business
Dec 01, 2022

Why Polio, Once Nearly Eradicated, Is Rebounding
Polio has been a cause of life-threatening paralysis for thousands of years. At the height of the biggest-ever outbreak, in 1952, almost 60,000 cases with more than 3,000 deaths were reported in the US alone. A decades-long push to increase immunizations and access to clean water has meant that mass outbreaks, with hospital wards filled with children kept alive in iron lungs, are a distant memory. But while polio was brought to the brink of global eradication, it's been bouncing back, radiating

Washington Post Business
Dec 01, 2022

Female truckers group alleges Facebook's ad system is discriminatory
Real Women in Trucking alleges in the new complaint that Meta is steering ads for lucrative jobs away from women and older workers.

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Dec 01, 2022

Senate could take up measure to impose rail deal
The House voted with bipartisan support to pass legislation blocking a rail strike before a Dec. 9 deadline, but the path in the Senate is more fraught.

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Dec 01, 2022

Schools Are Missing Their Chance to Fight Learning Loss
As districts sit on unspent federal relief money, students fall further behind.

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